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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

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Beth @ PlantPostings

It looks like a beauty, and your 'Biokovo' seems to perform well under your shrubs and trees. Looking forward to seeing the Geraniums blooming!

Lisa at Greenbow

I have a big ole sugar maple that almost nothing will grow under. I will have to try this plant. It is a beauty.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — i have this Geranium and a number of G. macrorrhizum varieties growing under sugar and silver maples and doing well. As I said, more shade means fewer flowers but the leaves are lovely and it is pest free ground cover.

Les

I am glad this plant works for you, but it's a big disappointment in our climate, mainly because it nearly disappears in hot weather. It does get new life in the fall, but there are better geraniums for southern gardens.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Les — I was surprised to hear that Geranium 'Biokovo' does not perform well in your area. That actually gives me a better sense of your climate that when I look at all the "exotics" you easily grow. True Geraniums are such workhorses in my garden, including Biokovo.

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